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After four years of trading, which have improved year on year, we have managed to produce a new website which tells our story and sells our wares. We hope you like it.

In addition to the site which will be developing over time, we have incorporated this blog to tell you what we are up to and introduce you to new environmental ideas and services.

This is complemented by our new Twitter, Facebook and Google+ feeds which we hope you will be able to click on and ‘Like’. These feeds will be used by us to offer our thoughts and activity updates, but will be more informal than the blog feed which we are aiming to use as an informative news feed – see our next blog which deals with choosing a boardwalk material.100 plastic 6m bridge

Our future blog posts will cover all sorts of subjects such as maintenance and lifetime costs of walkways, environmental licensing, pond construction, outdoor education, environmental and biodiversity planning, and water management and assessment. This will, of course, be added to by any other issues which come to our minds as being relevant and informative.

As ever, we have not been twiddling our thumbs and have recently invested heavily in new plant for the construction of walkways, piling and paths including a one off for the UK market – more details to come soon. Additionally, our innovation in environmental construction has not stood still and we are assessing the engineering design of plastic structures and the incorporation of fibre reinforced materials to allow us to build longer lighter spans over ponds and lakes, still using recycled plastic lumber (as they call it in the USA)!

We hope you enjoy reading the blog and continue to visit and look forward to hearing from you as a new or repeat customer in the future. As ever, if you have any queries that you think we might be able to help on – no matter how left field you might think they are – please get in touch via the contact page.

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